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  • Walbro Fuel Pump Time - special price whilst stocks last

    We have done a large purchase of Walbro Fuel pumps to suit Mitsubishi Colts, Evo's and Magna vehicles

    These are the GSS342 pumps which are direct fitments into the vehicle.

    We normally retail these for on average $145.00 incl GST

    We are doing a stock run at the price of $130.00 incl GST

    Freight for interstate customers would be $15.00 incl insurance via Australia Post

    These are the 225 LPH pumps which are direct fitment without any modifications.

    Click the following link to order (You must register on the website first)

    http://www.rpw.com.au/shop/index.php...emart&Itemid=1

    (Note we will amend freight prices at the time of confirming the order)

  • #2
    WHat are the advantages/disadvantages of getting this to replace the stock fuel pump? Does it require a reflash?

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    • #3
      no reflash required

      Only needed when you looking at high boost levels or larger injectors

      useless on a stock car with no reflash or ecu mods

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Macca View Post
        no reflash required

        Only needed when you looking at high boost levels or larger injectors

        useless on a stock car with no reflash or ecu mods
        not useless if you are just future proofing

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        • #5
          walbro fuel pump kicks ass in my car... seriously... my car is amazing to drive these days...

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          • #6
            Just fitted my new pump. Unit is almost an exact swap out except its 3-5mm longer than the stock meaning the retaining clip on the bottom will not fit . I ended up securing mine with some cable ties which seemed ok...not the best, but ok...

            Any similar issues with other installations? Any ideas for getting the original clip to fit?

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            • #7
              That is normal - we normally have to modify the housing support to make it fit appropiately.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Macca View Post
                no reflash required

                Only needed when you looking at high boost levels or larger injectors

                useless on a stock car with no reflash or ecu mods


                Because the stock pump is only 80LPH and this one is 255LPH, if installing this on a colt that's only lightly tuned say only a reflash and panel filter. does this pump increase fuel consumption then?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Mitsiman View Post
                  These are the 225 LPH pumps which are direct fitment without any modifications.

                  Originally posted by Mitsiman View Post
                  That is normal - we normally have to modify the housing support to make it fit appropiately.
                  Are we talking about the same pump here?

                  Had the same issues here.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JamesPH View Post
                    Are we talking about the same pump here?

                    Had the same issues here.
                    A bit of a contradiction lol

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